BMW X2 will get tuned by AC Schnitzer

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German powerhouse store AC Schnitzer is celebrating its world premiere of the BMW X2 tuning program. The upgrades, as all the time, begin underneath the hood. The entry-level BMW X2 20d can be upgraded from a 140 kW/190 hp diesel engine to 163 kW/222 hp. After all, the efficiency improve can be accessible for each the sDrive and xDrive variations. In each instances, it will likely be delivered with the AC Schnitzer necessary meeting guarantee.

A set of AC Schnitzer exhaust tailpipes can be found for the BMW X2 within the “Sport” chrome-plated, “Sport” black or carbon fiber variations.

The dealing with of the BMW X2 is improved by a brand new suspension spring set from AC Schnitzer. Relying on the mannequin, the X2 is lowered by approx. 20 – 35 mm on the entrance and rear axles.

Design sensible, the X2 by AC Schnitzer comes with a collection of upgrades. The AC Schnitzer entrance splitter, which is provided as a set with triangular design components for the usual entrance apron, will increase downforce together with the rear roof spoiler. Each parts collectively present extra traction for the X2.

Practical and expressive aluminium equipment additionally give the inside of the X2 by AC Schnitzer a sporty and youthful contact. These embrace the aluminium shift paddle set in black/pink, the aluminium cowl “Black Line” for the i-Drive System Controller and the aluminium pedals.

Just one set of engaging wheels is lacking for the ultimate polish. A great selection are the AC Schnitzer AC1 wheels in 19 or 20 inches. Relying on private style, these wheels can be found in BiColor silver/black or in anthracite and they’re fitted with tires of the size 225/45 R 19 or 245/35 R 20.

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